The Senate Watergate Committee and the Watergate Special Prosecutor confront Richard Nixon in a deepening constitutional crisis.
The Saturday Night Massacre prompts impeachment proceedings and a Supreme Court confrontation.
Impeachment votes, Supreme Court rulings, and further revelations seal Richard Nixon's fate.
We Are The Aliens is a thought-provoking look into the idea of extraterrestrial micro organisms that may have showered our planet and other areas of the universe. This process, known as Panspermia, is a solid theory on how life may have spread throughout the universe and how life may have possibly originated here on Earth.
A landmark documentary reveals a very inconvenient truth about education. This film looks at whether the current UK education system gives young people enough opportunity to develop their talents. How much are children being failed by a system that was created at the time of the industrial revolution?
Explore the world of Harry Potter fans and the fascinating, amusing and inspiring ways in which they take their love of JK Rowling's book series to a whole new level. Meet indie band Harry and The Potters who created a new musical genre, Wizard Rock, that now includes others such as Draco and the Malfoys, the Whomping Willow and the Hungarian Horntails (four- and seven-year-old brothers).
Two young Australian's realised that the best way to make a difference in the poverty and conflict-stricken country of Uganda was to build a school. Then they cleaned up the water supply, started a clinic and carved out a farm.
This is a truly inspiring documentary about the process and importance of Indigenous language revitalisation.
In 1970, a young British director Michael Grigsby made one of the first films about veterans returning home from the Vietnam War - the critically acclaimed and award-winning I Was A Soldier. We Went to War sees filmmakers Michael Grigsby and Rebekah Tolley return to the stories of those once young Americans, now aged and scarred by lives lived far too brutally, far too young and finds a shared sense of understanding with so many of those returning from the frontline today.
We Were Children tells the heartbreaking true story of Lyna Hart and Glen Anaquod, removed from their homes at the ages of four and six and forced to adapt to a strange, threatening new world.
We Were Here documents the coming of what was called the 'Gay Plague' in the early 1980s. The documentary focuses on five individuals - all of whom lived in San Francisco prior to the epidemic. Their lives changed in unimaginable ways when their beloved city changed from a hotbed of sexual freedom and social experimentation into the epicentre of a terrible sexually transmitted plague. Broadcast as part of ABC's Sunday Best.
We Won't Drop The Baby follows Laurence, Adele (who both have cerebral palsy) and their son Tom in this one hour observational film that lays bare the joys and hurdles of disabled parenting.
An intimate, poignant and life affirming documentary, as young people from across the UK turn the cameras on themselves and tell the story of pregnancy and birth as it's never been told before.
Web Warriors offers an unprecedented glimpse into the world's newest and most vulnerable frontier: cyberspace. The film takes us into the world of hackers like Mafia Boy - a 15-year-old high school student who rose to infamy in 2000 by causing millions of dollars in damage after single-handedly shutting down internet giants - including Yahoo, Amazon, eBay, Dell, eTrade, and CNN. We meet Donnie who goes on a journey into the Russian cyber underground searching for the creators of a computer virus with the hopes of collecting the $250,000 reward being offered by Microsoft.
From baked bean showers, to crushing tiny cars in stilettos, we are about to enter the bizarre world of...Webcam Girls. This week, on ABC2's Sex on Friday, with exclusive access to their online playgrounds, we delve into the bizarre and often hilarious world of women who work in the alternative adult industry.
Strong willed, educated and forthright Indian-Australian Ramona Dhillon was 27 when she fell head-over-heels in love with Anurag Saboo, the eldest son of one of Rajasthan's wealthiest merchant families. When she decided to marry him secretly at a Melbourne registry office, neither of their families were impressed, and Anu and Ramona were soon to find they had walked headlong into an epic clash of cultures.
Neil Oliver visits Wedge Island, a Western Australian settlement without mains electricity, running water or shops, where residents live in 350 shacks and rely on generators and recycled goods.
This is an age of radical transformation for the culture of marijuana. VICE correspondent Krishna Andavolu explores the world of weed by meeting people whose lives hang in the balance of a new pot paradigm. In this episode, Krishna meets families treating their kids' life-threatening cancer with hyper-potent weed oil. Is this ok or a symptom of too-loose marijuana laws?